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extra enforcement. ñÑ is just like tomorrow and the next day. you'll see us, definitely out in force. >> you have a branch, i heard a crack back there. i am sure something else has come down. as long as it doesn'tfgká hurt anyone, it's a good thing. it does cause issues. >> and this time it was a power line across highway 9. it had been brought down by a falling tree. highway 9 is the main artery throughout the valley. traffic backed up for miles in both directions. the fire department did take advantage of an empty business which had a parking lot and may yut rise that to allow alternating one way flow of traffic. it was quite a mess. as you might imagine that, downed power line created problems for businesses in the area. we'll have that coming up in just one hour. reporting live on highway 17th. >> residents are helping the city weather storm drains in the neighborhood. it's part of an adopt a thought program. keeping storm drains clear of debris helps the city focus on critical storm-related problems such as downed trees. one volunteer says she got involved because drains in the
johnson will join with us a parkt recap in about 10 minutes.. >> now, to the elections over. has outlook changed in silicon valley? >> abc 7 news david louie checks on the pulse of the local economy. >> happening now, i'm david louie. the electric was yesterday, but today a kind of referendum held on wall street. investors selling off in such a way it could impact everything from solar energy companies to cloud-based companies. ash wagner has a small solar company with six emhoiys he wants to expand but selloff could indicate uncertainty about the economy. >> i know several friends starting selling stock this moshing. >> what did that tell you? >> people are not excited about the future of the economy. >> investors appear concerned about a widening european recession. coupa sees europe as a major growth market just signing up new customers for its cloud based software helping companies save money on procurement. but the u.s. needs to reach a budget solution. >> this is the opportunity to bring that bipartisan nature in front of us here to deliver on the promises he's been talking about a
owned. >> laura anthony joins us where a news conference just wrapped up. >> this is an emotional news conference in front of the store given by bartly's family and the police chief. by all accounts the 50-year-old bartly was a pillar of the community. a family man who gave often, and generously to those around him. he was found shot on the floor of marcus cellular, the store he's owned since the 1960s here on international boulevard. he was found suffering from at least one gunshot wound on the floor of his store. bartly's family recounted the man who will be missed so much by this community. >>l yx&uch a sad, sad moment. not because of just what has been taken from us, but what has been taken from everyone else. my father was an amazing man. >> if you're the killer, turn yourself n we'll be happy to accept you without any act of violence and safe the family from the torture and torment they'll go through knowing their father's killer is out on the streets running around. >> police say they don't know if there is one suspect or more than that. the investigation is in early stages. sho
'm ready to take it. >> this is a lot of voters dropping off ballots at home. >> stay with us for election results tomorrow. get results on abc 7 news.com. we'll have live updates all night long at facebook.com/abc 7 news and via twitter. >> california fair political practices commission accusing a group of campaign money laundering after a source of funding today. the state supreme court issued a ruling to disclose who is behind $11 million contribution to support prop 32. turns out the money came from two monday profits active in republican campaigns. the groups are not required to release their donor list. the state could fine the pack or pursue criminal charges.. >> now, gorgeous out there. it's one of the hottest days on record in november. >> it's spectacular. now, spencer christian with records we've broken today. >> we've broken several records today. there may be more. these are just high, new records so far today. oakland 83 degrees is the record for the date. sfo, 78 degrees and moffett field 83. 95 degrees today, shattering old records of 86 for this date. we're waiting for a
% over last thanksgiving. almost 15% are using mobile devices up 10% last year. happy is the shopper who found a good deal. >> i found a tree that was 50 and it is 30. >> quite a savings. >> k-mart offering something free tomorrow, that is free flu shots at many locations. a shot in the arm for consumers and k-mary hopes a shot in the arm for its sales. >> carolyn: nick smith is live at walmart in san leandro where there has been some shopping backlash? >> absolutely. if you are sitting at home and time to grab your wallet and shop. >> we started early. >> it's only thursday but black friday holiday shopping has started. >> we kind of stopped in to get a sneak preview but it looks like everything is not yet opened up. >> early shoppers are willing to camp out for the best deals on electronics. that is part of the allure. this is big one for retailers. an economy in recovery means consumers are holding tight to their pocketbooks forcing retailers to fight harder for every dollar you spend. >> this is last minute thanksgiving thing. >> walmart is hoping they will follow the lead and head o
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